Beyond the classics though, some films of the category are still produced, and although the majority comes from S. Korea, other Asian countries have a representation in the genre, with a number of great films. Here is a list with some of the best Asian Gangster films of the latest years, in random order, which as you will see, does not include thrillers specifically, but extends to dramas and social films. The criteria for the selection was for the film to have premiered during the last ten years and for the protagonist s to be members of organized crime, or at least cops who act like gangsters.
Longford man to star in Coventry-filmed Asian gang movie
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Nine people with suspected gang ties have been charged as a result of the April 15 shootout at a gambling den in Monterey Park. Authorities alleged that an El Monte Flores gang member and his associates opened fire at the gambling spot run by the Asian Boyz gang. No one was injured in the shootout in the block of North New Avenue but two homes and four cars were struck by bullets. During the investigation, Monterey Park police seized gambling equipment, drugs, five handguns and paraphernalia used in identity theft. Courtesy photo Monterey Park Police Department.
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Do you need a name for your gang? A gang, no matter its purpose; either good or bad, needs a name. Most gangs prefer badass names because they command more respect than cute names. However, a gang could adopt a cute name or a funny name as some sort of irony. If you are looking for gang name ideas, these real gang names could inspire your own unique gang name.
He recently got in touch to do an interview with me on my new projects, it was a great opportunity for me to bring awareness to the Decrepit , my latest film project. You can find the full article here. After Peace Arch News released this story, another supporter, Wawmeesh Hamilton of Alberni Valley News got in touch to pick up the story and talk about future projects, one of which I hope to do in my hometown of Port Alberni. You can read that full article here. Jas Kang, a student of Radio Broadcasting at Humber College, got in touch in hopes of utilizing soundbites of my film along with a telephone interview with me for his upcoming radio documentary on South Asian Gang Violence, specifically on Bal Buttar.